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Butter boat
Bow Porcelain Manufactory, London, England
ca. 1755-60
96.42.2
Potpourri vase
French, Chantilly
ca. 1744-50
92.35
Cup and trembleuse saucer
French, Saint-Cloud
ca. 1730-40
92.37
Vase
John Swallow
ca. 1904-12
97.41
Mustard pot
French, Vincennes
ca. 1750
92.39
Custard cup (pot de crème)
French, Saint-Cloud
ca. 1725-30
92.41
Tureen
Austrian
1725 - 35
62.43
Cup and Saucer
Capodimonte manufactory, Italian
ca. 1750
92.43
Plate
English, Caughley
1775-99
92.45
English, Bristol
ca. 1760
87.10
Butter boat
Bow Porcelain Manufactory, London, England
ca. 1755-60
96.42.1
Teapot
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1730
87.142.97
Tea bowl and saucer
Chinese
early 18th century
87.142.98
Bowl
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1735-40
87.142.99
Knife handle
French, Villeroy-Mennecy
ca. 1740-50
92.42
Saucer
French, Chantilly
ca. 1740-45
87.142.17
Tankard
German, Rhineland
17th century
57.46
Tankard
German, Rhineland
17th century
57.48
Plate
Giulio da Urbino
1535
57.49
Plate
Italian, Urbino
1516 - 1576
57.50
Plate
Italian, Urbino
ca. 1535-1540
57.51
Potpourri jar
German, Höchst
ca. 1784-85
69.176.1
Plate
Italian, Deruta
ca. 1520 - 25
47.79
Triple shell dish
English, Plymouth
ca.1770
57.85
English, Worcester
ca. 1765-68
94.103.138.1
Mug
English, Worcester
ca. 1765-68
94.103.138.2
Bowl with tiger eye glaze
Gertrud Natzler
1946
82.203
Salt container
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1735-40
79.118.2
Coffeepot
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1740
51.229
Scent bottle
Italian, Doccia
ca. 1765
51.231
Cup and saucer
Capodimonte manufactory, Italian
ca. 1750
51.232
Plate
Italian, Faenza or Urbino
ca. 1550-70
56.267
Plate
Italian, Urbino
ca. 1555-1565
56.268
Salt container
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1735-40
79.118.1
Sauce boat
English, Vauxhall
ca. 1755
76.201.1
Sauce boat
English, Vauxhall
ca. 1755
76.201.2
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